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Sonnymoon For Two - Jimmy Smith - Crazy Baby (Vinyl, LP, Album)

On 03.09.2019 by Grozahn With 1 Comments - DEFAULT


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    Akinosida 13.09.2019
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Crazy! Baby on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - ,Blue Note - BLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album /5(28).
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    JoJojinn 05.09.2019
    Dec 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jimmy Smith Sonnymoon for two Crazy! Baby YouTube; Sonnymoon For Two - Duration: Jimmy Smith - Topic views. When.
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    Nikojin 03.09.2019
    Sonnymoon For Two. Jimmy Smith. From the Album Crazy Baby January 1, Listen Now Go Unlimited Start your day free trial Listen to any song, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Learn More. Streaming Only.
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    Kigajas 11.09.2019
    Recorded on January 4, Labels: Blue Note Records Inc. • New York USA Back cover: Blue Note Records Inc., 43 West 61st St.,New York 23 First released in This version was likely repressed between 19and can be identified by the company information printed on the labels.
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    Sanris 10.09.2019
    "Crazy Baby" was Jimmy Smith's first album of the sixties, a decade which would make him a household name. Jimmy is joined by new guitarist Quentin Warren, 19 at the time, and long time associate Donald Bailey on drums. The record is filled with tight swing, and the flawless Smith groove is kicked off with "When Johnny Comes Marching Home.".
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    Dishura 09.09.2019
    Years ago when being interviewed by the late Frankie Crocker on Buffalo, New York's WUFO, AM, Jimmy Smith stated that he thought that the "Crazy Baby" album was his best Blue Note offering. I agree. Unfortunately, the Undisputed King of Jazz Organ passed on February 8, (I was able to attend his funeral in Philadelphia.)/5(9).
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    Arashilkree 05.09.2019
    Oct 23,  · Song: What's New? (6/7; written by Johnny Burke and Bob Haggart) Album: Crazy! Baby (Recorded in January 4, ) Artist: Jimmy Smith Personnel: Jimmy Smith, Hammond B-3 .
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    Dura 08.09.2019
    This excellent LP features Jimmy Smith's working group of the period, a trio with guitarist Quentin Warren and drummer Donald Bailey. The organist's version of the opening number, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," was a hit, and just as memorable are Smith's renditions of "Makin' Whoopee," "Sonnymoon for Two," and "Mack the Knife.".
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    Garn 12.09.2019
    A great back to basics session from organist Jimmy Smith – recorded live in the early 80s, but with a freewheeling small combo sound that takes us back to his Blue Note years! The group on the album's a quartet – with Jimmy on both piano and organ, Kenny Burrell on guitar, and Johnny LP, Vinyl record album.

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